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    spread of the spread offense

    i dont know that this is really relavant to anything on here, but we all know that a lot of teams have moved to spread offense in college, and a some teams use a passing QB and a running QB in there offense. i just wanted to point out that it is trickling down to the high school level now. my high school, waukee, has switched up their offense this season to where they have one QB who takes snaps under center and does the majority of the passing, while we have a second QB that only takes snaps out of shotgun and runs the spread option, kind of like ISU's option out of shotgun where its either an inside handoff or the QB fakes it and takes it to the outside himself, but they rarely throw out of that formation, maybe only 3-5 times a game while the other QB has about 8-12 pass attempts.

    just thought it was interesting how it is spreading to all levels of football


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    Re: spread of the spread offense

    Quote Originally Posted by cycloneman003 View Post
    i dont know that this is really relavant to anything on here, but we all know that a lot of teams have moved to spread offense in college, and a some teams use a passing QB and a running QB in there offense. i just wanted to point out that it is trickling down to the high school level now. my high school, waukee, has switched up their offense this season to where they have one QB who takes snaps under center and does the majority of the passing, while we have a second QB that only takes snaps out of shotgun and runs the spread option, kind of like ISU's option out of shotgun where its either an inside handoff or the QB fakes it and takes it to the outside himself, but they rarely throw out of that formation, maybe only 3-5 times a game while the other QB has about 8-12 pass attempts.

    just thought it was interesting how it is spreading to all levels of football
    Everywhere except the U of I.



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    Re: spread of the spread offense

    Does U of I even have a qb to run the spread?


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    Re: spread of the spread offense

    Quote Originally Posted by Wesley View Post
    Does U of I even have a qb to run the spread?
    arvell nelson maybe? or is he still in jail


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